Ilse Genora
Ilse Genora Сағат бұрын
If there isn’t severe abuse they should just stay with their parents until they’ve properly planned out their future because they just end up in a much worse situation.
Aaron Stenberg
Aaron Stenberg 3 сағат бұрын
You are Right about that. A big city like New York City, Singapore, Chicago, Manila, Philadelphia, Seoul, and London are all the same. The people don't care about anyone but themselves. But the people who are far out of the city are so pleasant to be around.
田中 3 сағат бұрын
Most of them are illegal aliens.
Jame Brown
Jame Brown 3 сағат бұрын
If you're father is a so called black man and your mom a Japanese then you're what you're father is the man carries the seed not the woman numbers 1-18.
Leon Cordell
Leon Cordell 4 сағат бұрын
different country same Karen
Kilipaki87 5 сағат бұрын
Tired of the baiting. Why not just be upfront? Better than to play dumb and then spring it on them that you’re actually fluent. Chincharoo!
Ethan Bennett
Ethan Bennett 6 сағат бұрын
Thoughts on Duocards, and it's function having KZbin vids with their cc? (Sort of like Lingopie)
とんとん 8 сағат бұрын
Some people look like Chinese. Maybe they are the people who can’t go back to their country.
James McBride NYC
James McBride NYC 9 сағат бұрын
I'm half Puerto Rican but I look like captain Ritz cracker the white gringo, I caught ppl in Colombia, DR, and Costa Rica talking about me. Only the Colombia one was negative lol but they were surprised when I responded.
Angel 9 сағат бұрын
Why they don’t tear them houses down?
ThemePro 9 сағат бұрын
It's amusing to watch academic polyglots make drama vids criticizing others who make street videos for profit. I think somebody like xiaomanyc's success isn't due to showing off language superiority but making connections to people of different cultures in their own language, even at an elementary level. He's clearly not fluent in all these languages and doesn't pretend he is when he isn't. It's a positive in terms of encouraging people to respect other cultures. On the other hand, I view the academic polyglots as elitists.
Odari Yohanes
Odari Yohanes 9 сағат бұрын
Very cool! I'm from Detroit myself. I moved to Atlanta in the late 90's and moved back in 2018 to Ecorse, Michigan. Detroit has changed for the better indeed. We get a bad rep here. Thanks for making this video.
Matti_Mattsen 10 сағат бұрын
omg, from the thumbnail, i thought for a second you were gonna expose mattvsjapan LMAO xD
Yenny360 10 сағат бұрын
Woahh u learned korean now!! Way back then when i used to watch you, u were still studying it, Keep it up!!
Meiji Fong
Meiji Fong 10 сағат бұрын
Wow!!! Japanese, Korean and Mandarin?!?!! Impressive!!! Truly impressive! Do you speak Cantonese too?
Sgt. Right There🤡
Sgt. Right There🤡 10 сағат бұрын
I’ve been on every continent and over 130 countries. Japanese people can be some of the nicest and sweetest people yet there is definitely an undercurrent of racism there which is unnerving. Just try to get a job there as a non Japanese and you will find out.
Slobbergoat 11 сағат бұрын
I love the Asian culture and people.
First Last
First Last 12 сағат бұрын
I see 😊😊😊
The Health of the Matter
The Health of the Matter 13 сағат бұрын
The Wokes had to come to the comments section and impose their woodtongue ideology (1984 for the nekulturny) on the rest of us. There is no such thing as cultural appropriation; It is part of a pseudo-Marxist set of dogmas perfected by the propaganda arm of the infamous Sluzhba Vneshney Razvedki and implanted among the sympathizers and agents of influence in the West. In fact, if the Wokes were ideologically coherent, they would never use the internet or any invention of modern times, since this would be a massive cultural appropriation of the Western World culture that fostered these inventions. But ideological coherence has never been part of the Woke Dogma.
Darrell Lee
Darrell Lee 14 сағат бұрын
Terrific video! Great job, you should get a job as a journalist!
An Hw
An Hw 15 сағат бұрын
Oh no, you read the first one backwards 😅 五福臨門 is five blessings to your door (home). You put these up for Chinese New Year. 😊 My partner is Japanese too and reading kanji is not the same with the different pronunciation and very ancient meanings sometimes. 😂
TheKaKaNow 15 сағат бұрын
Usually people are kind if you taken time to learn the language. In general, people speak about u in diff languages but usually nothing majorly bad unless it was something obvious. Even in the same language people do it 😂
LuvThyMind29 16 сағат бұрын
You should have pulled up to one of those abandoned buildings and announced it as your home. True test of love lmao
who_is_inked? 17 сағат бұрын
Julian Small
Julian Small 17 сағат бұрын
No such thing as mixed race...stop lying esau...you are who your father is...games over..
Jedi Cobb
Jedi Cobb 18 сағат бұрын
The homeless in Japan are decent compared to homeless in the US
o6ina 19 сағат бұрын
Go to Ueno and you can't miss them. I remember three upper middle class ladies, who where stidyung English in our company. One day they were walking towards the train station talking how wonderful it is that, unlike US and Europe, there are no homeless people in Japan, while literary passing by a man sleeping in a box near the entrance.
J Biehl
J Biehl 20 сағат бұрын
You left out two other major factors. Japan doesn’t have a huge sector of vets suffering mentally from PTSD and Japan isn’t a drug infested society
Daniel A
Daniel A 21 сағат бұрын
Is that Asakusa? I love that place.
Kalek Centurian
Kalek Centurian 21 сағат бұрын
I have lived in and around Flint, Michigan. There are places that I would never go, little alone get out of the vehicle. My family used to go to Detroit to go to museums and such. Rarely do we do that now.
TeaDrinker3000 21 сағат бұрын
I was gonna leave a smart-ass comment about you being naked, but nah. This video is too wholesome. I'm glad you had fun 😊
DrCrabfingers 21 сағат бұрын
I think it is fair to say almost every country on the planet has areas that are scary and you really just want to leave asap. I've heard that Detroit is a corpse, the automobile industry there collapsed leaving a huge void....it's very sad to see.
Ace 22 сағат бұрын
everyone should see the reality of your own country.
Ernest Estrada
Ernest Estrada 23 сағат бұрын
Thanks Oriental Pearl there are people who are transplants (foreigners living in) have commented that homelessness doesn't exist in Japan or there is help for the Japanese homeless. Yet if these people would do a little honest research. Instead of turning the blind eye, they would realize the government deliberately under counts the homelessness so they don't have to deal with the issue. There are many underemployed people who are labeled as casual workers instead of homeless because they use the money they earn to sleep in cyber cafes.
Tabitha Bjelland
Tabitha Bjelland Күн бұрын
I hope Tommy knows not all of America is like the ghetto of Detroit. I live in Indiana and have been to Detroit and I avoided parts of Detroit... i would never go to 8 Mile or the hoods !!
Cobraa Күн бұрын
Annah Ming
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iAvrilFan1 Күн бұрын
Does he know about Eminem? Was Eminem a big thing in Japan?
Francis Cardon
Francis Cardon Күн бұрын
Een taal leren is een levenslang oefening
alex palsäter
alex palsäter Күн бұрын
No hate here, but I believe the interview would be a little bit better without interrupting. That way you get to hear the full answer, and don't run people over.